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The last two podcasts

Here are the last two podcasts for employment law. Harassment and Retaliation.

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Two more podcasts

Here is a summary (blissfully short) for systemic disparate treatment: and disparate impact: If you have listened to my podcasts in the past, you might notice that these sound a little different. I did not slow down the playback, as I sometimes do. So if I’m speaking too fast, you might want to slow down […]

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And here is the first installment: Disparate Treatment

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More news! and Prof. Bodie!

Professor Bodie was quoted in this interesting New York Times analysis of the NFL players’ rights to take a knee.

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As promised, here is the audio podcast for the last unit we have focused on: employment discrimination.   And, bonus links about the NFL and standing for the national anthem: Labor union files ULP against anthem threat NFL rule change about standing for the anthem? And another one about defamation in St. Louis (between businesses, […]

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Dignity & Voice

I’ve rerecorded the employee privacy podcast and the employee voice podcast.

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Buckets of links

I owe my worklaw students apologies for being so delayed on podcasts. Scripts for everything we’ve covered since the last quiz except for discrimination are on TWEN, and the discrimination one will be available Wednesday. I still have to record the two new ones, but hope to have those available tomorrow. In the meantime, there […]

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DACA Explainer

Although we aren’t going to really have much time to talk about the intersection of immigration law and employment law (it’s a big and specialized area), you might be wondering how the rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will work and what the consequences might be. There is a great explainer […]

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The oral argument transcript from the Supreme Court case I mentioned today about class action waivers as a condition of employment just went live. I haven’t read it yet, but I’ll likely have thoughts. And there are some experts among your classmates on this issue too! The National Law Journal, at least, suggests that the […]

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Liebesman v. Competitor Group

The summary judgment motion in Liebesman v. Competitor Group will be heard tomorrow (9/28) at the Carnahan Courthouse,¬†Division 500, 5th Floor. It is 9th on the motion docket. And here are some of the documents. 2015-05-11 Doc 35 Order-MTD Denied Motion for Summary Judgment 1 Memorandum+IIn+Support+of+Defendants+Motion+for+Summary+Judgment Statement of Uncontroverted Facts 1 MOL IOT MSJ ExhA […]

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